(UNDATED) - State officials want more Indiana residents to graduate from college.
They announced a new state effort to boost the number of adults in Indiana who finish college.
The Indiana Commission For Higher Education approved a plan it calls "reaching higher, achieving more."
Higher Education Commission Teresa Lubbers says the plan calls for the state to reach that goal by 2025. Currently, 33-percent of Indiana adults have completed college, and Lubbers says one way to boost that number is to help people graduate on time.
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